The Music Of Language

When we speak or write, we use the vehicles of words to carry meaning, as well as energy, from ourselves to another person or group of people. We may be speaking to our baby, our boss, or to an audience of 500 people. We may be writing a letter, a work-related memo, or an entry in our own diary. Whatever the case, each word we speak or write has a life of its own, a vibratory signature that creates waves in the same way that a note of music creates waves.
And like musical notes, our words live in communities of other words and change in relation to the words that surround them. When we are conscious of the energy behind our words, we become capable of making beautiful music in the world. If we are unconscious of the power of words, we run the risk of creating a noisy disturbance....
Most of us, though, speak without thinking at least some of the time, blurting out our feelings and thoughts without much regard for the words we choose to express them. When we remind ourselves that our words have an impact on the world at the level of energy, we may find within ourselves the desire to be more aware of our use of language.
A fun way to increase our sensitivity to the power of words is to simply make a list of our favorite words and notice the energy they contain.... This is like learning to consciously play an instrument that we have been playing unconsciously for most of our lives, and the effect can be startling and delightful.
As we grow more comfortable and confident playing the instrument of language, we will begin to compose beautiful messages, creating positive energy every time we write or speak.
What do you think?

(source: Daily Om)

6 comments:

  1. i believe words are my instrument.. and i do feel that the more i play with them,, the more melodious they become....

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  2. Thanks Paisley, for sharing your insights.Your new Avatar is beautiful.
    God bless.

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  3. How often we forget the impact of words on our energy, in others energy, and in those close to us. Awareness is key here. I love the phrase "noisy disturbance." I don't want to be that. I would rather be a beautiful sonnet.

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  4. ssgreylord,
    Profound insights:
    '..I would rather be a beautiful sonnet...
    Thanks for sharing your valuable views.
    God bless.

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  5. Surjit - thanks for the insights! I'd like to share with you something I have been thinking about a lot recently. It's a a book called Harmonic Wealth and it’s all about finding harmony in your life in all areas - financial, relational, mental, physical, and spiritual. It has some really good tips about how to engage all five pillars (or areas) of your life, and to learn more about how they complement each other. Rather than dealing with each issue individually, maybe take a look at the bigger picture.
    Here’s the link to that book I recommend: harmonicwealth.com/read
    a James Ray Fan

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  6. Thanks Nick, for your words of appreciation.I shall visit the site you have mentioned.
    God bless.

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